In 2018 we introduced you to our women technologists. This time, we would like to dedicate this first post of the year to introduce you to the other women colleagues who are part of our team and who work hand in hand with technology every day
It is leaning towards an scenario based in third-party modules, components and libraries that help accelerate the development of our own software solving effectively frequently used tasks so that we do not need to reinvent the wheel.
Born in Allariz, our colleague is a telecommunications engineer and played in the Galician basketball team. In addition, Antía plays the bagpipe and in her free time enjoys nature and practices yoga.
In her free time, Nora enjoys music -if it is live, that’ s better-, travel and gastronomy. These two hobbies are the ones she likes to combine: every time she visits a country, she doesn’t go without tasting typical local food.
With more than 1600 attendees and more than 90 speakers for two days, this edition had 4 simultaneous presentation tracks on technology and business around Big Data. Our colleagues Rafael Martínez and Agustín Cañas brief us some of the keytrends in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence fields.
We launched a new social networking section called #GRDWorldwide. On Fridays we are going to collect all the pictures of our passage through different cities of the world in which Gradiant shows its technologies and solutions.
Connectivity is one of the main challenges for IoT devices and narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) is a technology that allows us to connect devices we use everyday to the Internet, devices that require small amounts of data to be sent very infrequently, like a few times a day.
few years ago, our colleague moved from her hometown of Rio de Janeiro to Braga (Portugal) where she did her doctorate. Helena joined the GRD team in 2012 and a year later she became the director of Gradiant’s eHealth area and she still is.
Lorena is a native of Tomiño, a village in Baixo Miño region and in addition to her work, our colleague loves walking, enjoying nature and travelling.
Marta is a native of Gondomar and in addition to statistics – a field in which she holds a PhD in Statistics and Operations Research – she is passionate about cinema, contemporary art, design, travelling and learning by travelling, even more so with a backpack.
Aware of the importance that people have in the change towards Industry 4.0, we deepen in the relevance of education as a mechanism of adaptation of workers and in the new necessary skills such as lifelong learning, in which Gradiant is currently working.